List of Notable / Famous Ahmadis

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This is an incomplete list of notable Ahmadi Muslims. List of distinguished Ahmadis as religious figures, royalty, politicians, United Nations executives, artists, military personnel, scientists and sportspersons. View https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Ahmadis_by_nationality for detailed list by nationality.

Religious figures[edit]

Founder[edit]

Caliphs[edit]

Companions[edit]

Missionaries[edit]

  • Bashir Ahmad Orchard - first Missionary of the Ahmadiyya Community of European descent
  • Abdul Wahab Adam[2] - Ameer (Head) of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana; member of National Peace Council; member of National Reconciliation Commission

Lahore Ahmadiyya Emirs[edit]

Royalty[edit]

Kings[edit]

Beninese[edit]

Other Nationalities[edit]

Other Royalty[edit]

  • Khalil Gamanga[7] - Paramount Chief of the Simbaru Chiefdom, Kenema District, Sierra Leone
  • Kenawa Gamanga[7] - Paramount Chief of the Simbaru Chiefdom, Kenema District, Sierra Leone

Artists[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Writers[edit]

Hollywood Actors[edit]

Paint Artists[edit]

  • Saira Wasim - Pakistani-born American miniature paint artist

Politicians[edit]

Ghanaians[edit]

Nigerians[edit]

  • Alhaji Abdul Azeez Kolawole Adeyemo - Member of Parliament, front-line member of Action Group political party, Ondo State Parliamentary Co-ordinator
  • Alhaji Jibril Martin[27] - president of the Nigerian Youth Movement; cofounder and chairman of the Hajj Pilgrims’ Board of Nigeria’s western region

Pakistanis[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

Other nationalities[edit]

United Nations Executives[edit]

UN General Assembly Presidents[edit]

  • Muhammad Zafrulla Khan[36][37] - President of the UN General Assembly, First Foreign Minister of Pakistan, President of the International Court of Justice

Other UN Executives[edit]


Military[edit]

Scientists[edit]

Sportspersons[edit]

Nobel Prize Receivers[edit]

  • Abdus Salam[47] - first Pakistani and first Muslim recipient of a Nobel Prize in Physics

Others[edit]

References[edit]

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